By Dimitri Coucouvanis

ISBN-10: 0471208256

ISBN-13: 9780471208259

ISBN-10: 0471224502

ISBN-13: 9780471224501

The Inorganic Syntheses sequence offers inorganic chemists with distinctive and foolproof tactics for the practise of significant and well timed compounds. quantity 33 contains provocative contributions on syntheses of chosen supramolecules, invaluable reagents/ligands, reliable kingdom materials/clusters, and different compounds of basic curiosity.

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